Survey Says People in China Aren't Happy With Their Sex Lives
Oct 30, 2015 12:06
A greater part of China's population are unhappy with their dissatisfying sex lives. China Daily says the survey was conducted by the Chinese Medical Association's Society of Andrology and the China Sexology Association.
They found that a majority of its population were depressed or stressed.
Over 72,377 questionnaires of people aged 26 to 55 responded. 60% were male, and 90% believed sex lives were a significant factor to marital happiness and over 70% of people reported they weren't happy with their sex lives.
40% blamed stress and depression for it.
Depression can lead to a lot of unhappiness. Seek treatment if you think you're suffering from it.
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